Eavesdropping In: Gucci Launches Milan FW With A Funeral Show; New Google "Do-Not-Track" Privacy Button; L.A. Police Chief Supports Driver's Licenses For Illegal Aliens; BH "Real Housewives" Season Three Cast; Billy Crystal Suggests We Lower Expectations

by Emily Green · February 23, 2012

Anna Dello Russo, Carine Roitfeld, Alek Wek and more sit front row as Gucci kicks off Milan Fashion Week with a dimly lit moody show reminiscent of a funeral of nearly all black clothes against a dark backdrop—could it be a metaphor for Europe's economy? [The Cut]

Following the Obama administration's proposed consumer privacy "bill of rights" to give users more control over their personal data online, Google announces plans to embed a "do-not-track" button in its browser that will protect user data and browsing history. [Bloomberg]

Due to the lack of progress in reducing the number of undocumented aliens driving without licenses, L.A. Police Chief Charlie Beck supports issuing driver's licenses to illegal immigrants. [KTLA]

Thank goodness the majority of the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" cast will be back for a third season with Taylor Armstrong, Lisa Vanderpump, Kyle Richards Adrienne Maloof and Brandi Glanville in, Camille Grammer on the fence, and Kim Richards out. [Radar]

Veteran Oscar host Billy Crystal suggests the public to lower their expectations for his performance on Sunday when he assumes his former role as the award show's host. [KABC]

[Gucci F/W 2012 runway at Milan Fashion Week via]